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the beginning of world war two. we want to welcome our very distinguished guests today, admiral sand -- sandy winnefeld, vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, our keynote speaker, and we are also honored to have general kelly, chairman of the monuments commission played a major role in helping establish this very special monument. [applause] also, it is always good to have bob vogel, our cohost for this, to work together. a special honor to have ban hayes with us, the director of the film "honor flight." there are many other distinguished guests who come today to help give a special welcome to our honored guest, the pearl harbor survivors, and all of our world war ii veterans and there -- and their families. a very warm welcome to all veterans and their families that are with us. a special thank you to those serving in our armed forces and their families. what a magnificent job they have done in iraq and are doing in afghanistan. their performance of duty has been magnificent. we cannot say enough about those brave men and women, our heroes. we pause today to remember and honor all the
-chairman of the joint chiefs of staff, admiral sandy winnefeld. >> good afternoon, everybody. general, to keep that introduction. distinguished guest -- thank you for that introduction. distinguished guests, what an honor it is to be with you here today and to stand in front of these world war ii veterans. as i was listening to that rendition of america the beautiful, it struck me what a wonderful idea america is and what america -- a wonderful place america is and all of you fought for her and we deeply appreciate what you did for us. we will never forget. colonel, chaplin, members of the color guard, marine band, friends of the national world war ii memorial and members of the national park service, thank you for helping us recognize this very important day in some very important people. i offer a very special welcome to all our world war ii veterans and their families and to all our pearl harbor survivors here today. many of whom have traveled so far to be here and we thank those amid that travel possible. nice shoes, by the way. we really appreciate it. we pause this afternoon to remember
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